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Climate change in the Polar regions

Children will work with hypothetical data to help them understand how mathematics can model real life situations.  This will enable them to reflect on how mathematics might be used to help scientists make predictions about the possible impact of climate change in the Polar regions. They will also use real data on Sea Ice Extent to consider how the same data can be used either to inform, sensationalise or mislead.

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